Other really good free resources

Look good, feel better
the cancer support charity that helps women manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment.  (Includes free beauty products).
A free workshop  is held twice a month at New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton,  Tel:01902695234

Odyssey was created to help people with cancer regain their confidence and enjoyment of life. Creating a magical adventure through a unique blend of the unexpected, a variety of challenges and a lot of fun!
And its free.

Founded in 2001, Sail 4 Cancer (part of the 4 Cancer Group) uses water based activities as vehicles for both fundraising and convalescence. A specialist respite provider, the charity funds day trips, short-breaks and holidays for British families living with cancer / those recently bereaved through cancer. The majority of the charity’s respite trips are linked to the water and its therapeutic powers.  http://www.sail4cancer.org/

The Haven provides, free of charge, a wide range of therapies to support your wellbeing with and beyond breast cancer. Specialist nurses and experts in nutrition, exercise, emotional support and complementary therapies provide individualised in-depth programmes to help with physical and emotional side effects of breast cancer treatment.
If you can’t get to a Haven, you can access support from our outreach programme in the comfort of your own home.  http://www.thehaven.org.uk/
The nearest Haven is Hereford

Really worth looking into is the Penny Brohn Cancer Care “We are here to support men and women affected by cancer at any stage of their illness, as well as their families and supporters.”  We can help you live well with the impact of cancer through our unique combination of physical, emotional and spiritual support designed to help you at any stage of your illness.  The way in which we support you is known as the ‘Bristol Approach’.   http://www.pennybrohncancercare.org/